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Gojira are pretty good, but hardly unique. It's so easy to point out their most major influences.
Haha, Justin Broadrick and Aaron Turner's new project, Greymachine, seems to fit this description. Amazing stuff.
He truly is - a musical chameleon. Hunky Dory has to be my favourite, and maybe then Station to Station.
Check out Three.
While I don't love this band, they're pretty good. They've progressed from a seemingly regular deathcore band, to pretty much a death metal band,...
Fuck yes, The Great Cessation was one of the best albums this year.
Giant Squid (avantgarde sludge, their new one was...
Lol, what's with all the Chthonic love on this forum? Band is terrible.
Meshuggah has a lot of Tool-like moments, considering both bands are into one another's music.
If you're looking for similar vocals, then they're...
There are way to many existing threads for this topic, haha.
I was so pissed when I found out my first Converge show would be in a bigass venue, with Dethklok.
Anyway, I saw Torche and Harvey Milk live...
The new Thrice is terrible, and this is coming from someone who loves them. For me Vheissu was the pinnacle, but literally nothing happens on Beggars.
Lol, not many bands in general have been able to top those albums.
I'm really digging Pelican now, I suggest downloading Australasia and the...
John Coltrane - Pursuance
So so good, my favourite from them. It's just so fucking catchy, and really heavy at the same time.
haha, I think that's the point. any sloppiness only adds to the rawness of their music, imo.
Also, not really death-grind, but this sludge-grind band I saw recently from BC is fucking awesome.
I second this, great album.
Also, kinda similar to that, check out Zoroaster - Voice of Saturn
Stoner Witch by the Melvins is a must-have as...
Pretty Little Flower